Along with J. G. Fichte and F. W. J. von Schelling, Hegel belongs to the period of “German idealism” in the decades following Kant. His philosophy of spirit conceptually integrates psychology, the state, history, art, religion, philosophy and continues to find interest and support nowadays. “Hegel's Philosophy of Mind’ is a philosophical work, published in 1894, which recounts in briefer and somewhat altered form the major themes of the original Phenomenology. Phenomenology was the basis of Hegel's later philosophy and marked a significant development in German idealism after Kant. Focusing on topics in metaphysics, epistemology, physics, ethics, history, religion, perception, consciousness, and political philosophy, The Phenomenology is where Hegel develops his concepts of dialectic, absolute idealism and ethical life. Enjoy the reading.